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National History Day Winner Archive - National History Day Winners 2009

2009 Winners
Junior Division
Group Documentary
School/Student(s)
1
Island Hero – Dr. Noyes Deer Isle-Stonington Elementary School
Sam Grindle
Drew Siebert
Kacey Thibodeau
2
Hitler Deer Isle – Stonington Elementary
Chelsea Brown
Paige Rollins
Sarah Wilson

3

 

John F. Kennedy Loranger Middle School
James Stroumbas
Devin Trumpler
Junior Division
Individual Documentary
School/Student(s)
1
Judith Magyar Isaacson: Holocaust Survivor Turned Human Rights Activist Bonny Eagle Middle School
Katie Quinn
2
Margaret Sanger: The Pioneer of Birth Control Scarborough Middle School
Emma Cooper
3 (Tie)
Mother TeresaThe Diary that Changed Prejudices: The Story of Anne Frank Gorham Middle School
Emily StickneyBrunswick Jr. High School
Emily Yuodsnukis
Junior Division
Group Exhibit
School/Student(s)
1
Sara Baker: Working to Improve Public Health Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Mickayla Wiley
Samantha Zak
2
M.K. Gandhi Loranger Middle School
Mae Toohey
Amy Twohig
3
Andrew Jackson Gorham Middle School
Benjamin Hincher
Michael Susi
Junior Division
Individual Exhibit
School/Student(s)
1
The Life and Legacy of George Mitchell Noble Middle School
William Gagner
2
The Tail of Henry Bergh Scarborough Middle School
Cynthia Jordan
3
Silent Gesture Loranger Middle School
Malcom Smith
Junior Division
Historical Paper
School/Student(s)
1
Jackie Robinson: Breaking the Color Barrier in Baseball Loranger Middle School
Olivia Dubois
2
Sojourner Truth Massabesic Middle School
Olivia Bradley
3
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Loranger Middle School
Delaney Regan
Junior Division
Group Performance
School/Student(s)
1
The Stanley Brothers Not Your Everyday Twins Hartford Sumner Elementary
Calvin Downey
Jared Eastman
2
“The Wright Design” Eric L. Knowlton School
Nathan Foster
Stephen Hagen
3
Rosa Parks: The Real Woman of Change Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Abby Campbell
McKayla Darling
Megan Salisbury
Junior Division
Individual Performance
School/Student(s)
1
The People have Spoken: JFK: Working our Way Towards a Brighter Tomorrow Noble Middle School
Victoria Avella
2
Finding Norma Jeane: How Norma Jeane’s childhood affected her legacy as Marilyn Monroe Eric L. Knowlton School
Michelle Peterson
3
Woody Guthrie Songs of America Hartford Sumner Elementary
Elizabeth Perry
Junior Division
Website
School/Student(s)
1
Steve Jobs: Apple’s Igod Scarborough Middle School
Christian Harvie
2
Lou Gehrig: The Inspiring Iron Horse Scarborough Middle School
Austin Downing
Aaron Ravin
3
Adolf Hitler Loranger Middle School
Justin Cloutier
Senior Division
Group Documentary
School/Student(s)
1
Mahatma Gandhi: A peaceful Fight for Freedom Thornton Academy
Christina Caron
Meaghan Kirby
Senior Division
Individual Documentary
School/Student(s)
1
The Life of Sholem Alecheim Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Jedidiah Allen
Senior Division
Group Exhibit
School/Student(s)
1
Princess Diana: Guardian of the Destitute Thornton Academy
Katherine Lees
Alexandra Vieira
2
Clara Barton: An Individual’s Actions Created Miracles in Medicine Bonny Eagle High School
Devin RheaumeErika Stevens
3
Charles Darwin: Father of Evolution Thornton Academy
Shay Letellier
Hannah Wessels
Senior Division

Individual Exhibit

School/Student(s)
1
Peace, Love, and Rock & Roll: The Political Influence of a 1960′s Musician on an American Counterculture and Beyond Bonny Eagle High School
Cori Simmons
2
Walt Disney: An Individual who Influenced Animation and Entertainment Bonny Eagle High School
Loryann Carter
3
Changing the Face of Medicine (Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell) Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Brittani Salsbury-Webb
Senior Division
Historical Paper
School/Student(s)
1
Steve Jobs: Advancing the World to the Next Level Bonny Eagle High School
Evan Spencer
2
America’s Favorite Gangster Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Samantha Jones
Senior Division
Group Performance
School/Student(s)
1
The Legacy of Chanel Buckfield Jr/Sr High School
Brianna Lueck
Hailey Perry
Senior Division
Individual Performance
School/Student(s)
1
Martha Graham; the Animation of the Spark that Fueled Movement Bonny Eagle High School
Jennifer Pelizza


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